Every person has a little extrasensory skill lurking somewhere inside them. You can learn how to develop telepathy if you allow yourself to recognize the subliminal messages that are being sent from your own thought processes. It’s not as hard as it first sounds.
The definition of telepathy is to send or receive thoughts or feelings. Many people assume that this will be very clear, just like speaking to someone verbally. The truth is that most of the time it will be very simple picture or feeling that you get from someone else. If you’re sending the message, it may be received as calling you because they were thinking about you.
To begin, you should think about nothing and let your mind empty as much as possible. This makes it easier to recognize impressions that you get to your subconscious. You may find it in the beginning your own thoughts will be stronger than any psychic impression.
You can also work with someone that is open to getting messages. Concentrate on sending them in detail the image forwarded message and see how much they can realize back to you. This allows you to be able to quickly gauge how your ability is developing. Practice sending and receiving since you may have more skill in one of them. If this is the case, work on the weaker of the two more often.
With this, practice makes perfect and you will have to practice a lot before you become adept at legacy. If you are naturally sensitive to moods and feelings, this practice may be easier but no less important.
Like any other muscle, your brain will have to be exercised. To develop telepathy you’ll need to practice and pay attention to the images that you receive and learn to tell the difference between your own thoughts and outside ones. The more you do this, the higher your success rate will become.